Entering a wildlife world

Sep 5th, 2019 | By | Category: Adventures

Boardwalks and other walkways take visitors into a world of conifer forests, wetlands, prairies and animals ranging from owls to deer, coyotes and bobcats at Morse Wildlife Preserve in Graham.

The 238-acre preserve in south Pierce County is named for a family that donated land for education purposes and wildlife habitat. Admission is free on the second Sunday of each month, and guided tours, student field trips, and volunteer opportunities are offered.

Forterra, a non-profit land conservancy organization, manages the preserve.

More information is available at forterra.org/morse-wildlife-preserve and at 253-565-9278.